In our final Symphony Storytime of the 2020-2021 Season, three of our four instrument families come together to tell the classic Hans Christian Anderson tale of a Chinese Emperor and a Nightingale with a voice like no other. A gorgeous re-telling with flute, strings, and percussion, The Emperor and the Nightingale will captivate and delight children of all ages.
Please note that this event will now take place outdoors at The Plaza Live.
Please know that single ticket email confirmations will include a seating row and number, that information will not be utilized for the outdoor venue, seating will be done on a first-come first-served basis.
If you are a Season subscriber, your tickets included in your subscription have already been secured. Due to the nature of this venue, as well as the seating process, patrons will not be receiving physical or print-at-home tickets for this concert. Instead, ticket holders will be checked in upon arrival based on a master list of all ticket holders.
The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra’s 2020–2021 Symphony Storytime Series performances, outdoors at The Plaza Live.